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Chocolate Caramel Enchantment Chai

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Black Chai Blend
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Edit tea info Last updated by katrina
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “Backlogging Wednesday 6/30: I forgot about this tea. I used to really like it. Today I had it with a splash of milk. It was pretty good although I barely got the chocolate flavor and don’t think...” Read full tasting note
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    caitlin 392 tasting notes
  • “This was not enchanting to me. They need to rename this tea because with a name that starts out with chocolate and caramel, I expect to taste that. To tell the truth I didn't even think that it...” Read full tasting note
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    TeaParT 86 tasting notes
  • “I used 2 tea bags and 12 oz. water, next time I'm going to try 3 bags just for fun. I added a little agave nectar and cream--yummy! This tea has a lot of chai flavor but I could definitely taste...” Read full tasting note
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    tammyparker 15 tasting notes
  • “Wifey brought this home from the supermarket and happily extended it into the reading path of my Nook. I'm reading Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice (where vampires don't sparkle like drag queens)...” Read full tasting note
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    bryghtbeverages 42 tasting notes

From Celestial Seasonings

Every family in India has its own chai recipe – but it’s safe to say there aren’t many family recipes like this one! This decadent blend infuses robust Assam black tea with lively spices, smooth caramel and rich chocolate to create a satisfying chai with the universal appeal of creamy hot cocoa. Add warm milk and sugar or honey for a chocolate lover’s chai experience.

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Backlogging Wednesday 6/30:

I forgot about this tea. I used to really like it. Today I had it with a splash of milk. It was pretty good although I barely got the chocolate flavor and don’t think I got any caramel flavor. It was mostly a cinnamon tea with a chocolate aftertaste. Not a bad thing just doesn’t really live up to its name.

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This was not enchanting to me. They need to rename this tea because with a name that starts out with chocolate and caramel, I expect to taste that. To tell the truth I didn’t even think that it tasted like tea – just spices. Looks like I should have read the other reviews before I purchased this one.

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I used 2 tea bags and 12 oz. water, next time I’m going to try 3 bags just for fun. I added a little agave nectar and cream—yummy! This tea has a lot of chai flavor but I could definitely taste hints of chocolate and caramel. I wish it wasn’t a caffeinated tea so I could drink it at night for dessert…it would be perfect for that.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Wifey brought this home from the supermarket and happily extended it into the reading path of my Nook. I’m reading Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice (where vampires don’t sparkle like drag queens) and didn’t even notice her entering the room.

Constantus interruptus.

Of course, she made me taste it and of course I hate it. She loves all things caramel but even she was disappointed by this herbal monstrosity. Tastes like Willy Wonka threw up in it, to use her phrase. Adoreable, isn’t she? My opinion is this: the chocolate is there but tastes stale. The caramel is apparent only on the nose since the pseudo-chocolate dominates the infusion. It’s like a bad bowl of warm Coco Puffs. It’s pretty awful.

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I really like this tea, especially in the fall/winter. The chocolate, caramel, and spice flavors come out nicely with a bit of milk and sugar or honey. I brew this with 2 bags in a large mug, leaving room for a bit of milk (probably 10 oz water), and maybe brew a little longer than 5 minutes. I haven’t ever noticed it to get bitter.

I prefer this to Celestial Seasonings’ regular chai – this one just has more flavor, and the spices seem to come through better. The black tea flavor probably does get lost, but I don’t care because the end result is delicious. :)

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Oh my!
Uber strong…so much so you can get 2 cups out of a tea bag (whistles innocently).
Still how can you argue when its chai and it has caramel in it? Can’t say I really appreciated the chocolate but lovely nonetheless. And, uhm, maybe we accidently drank the box empty in a week. (oops)

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I’m convinced that Celestial Seasonings does great blends :)
Although this tea tastes more like caramel than chai, it’s really good! It’s like drinking dessert with a little spice kick. Smells and tastes great.
Definitely gets my recommendation.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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Chai teas always smell sooo good! Sometimes I put a little bit of cream in mine.

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5 min, 0 sec

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LOVE this tea! Can’t find it any more. Has it gone out of production? ~ With milk and honey, it’s heaven.

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4 min, 0 sec

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Definite flavor of cloves and a nice hint of caramel. Not much black tea flavor though.

Tried with milk and sugar. Would be interested in how the flavor changes with honey…

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